Brexit

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
"Other countries have shown us the way," Marine Le Pen, the head of France's Front National (NF) party declared in Lyon, pointing to the surprise Brexit vote and Donald Trump's presidential victory. "The awakening of those nations is historic and marks the end of an era. The winds of history have changed." (Photo: Arnold Jerocki/European Pressphoto Agency)
Riding on the coattails of far-right victories in the U.S. and U.K., France's Marine Le Pen officially launched her bid for president on Sunday with a speech and manifesto full of populist talking points and anti-immigrant fervor. "The impossible has suddenly become possible...Other countries have shown us the way," the head of the Front National...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
A U.S. official confirmed to CNN on Monday that the test of a British nuclear...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
The rise of political populists threatens democracy worldwide, a new report...

Further

Lest we forget, amidst the post-Brexit chaos and hate crimes there is this: Protests, flashmobs, media campaigns, petitions to revote, widespread assertions of our common humanity, and this fabulous selfie of London Mayor Sadiq Khan breaking Ramadan fast with Christians, Jews, Sikhs, young people all insisting, Yes, we can live like this. One U.K. pol on Brexit: "This isn’t taking our country back, this is turning Britain into a place we have never, ever been."